Amtrak is losing tens of millions of dollars a year on food and beverage service even after years of cost cutting according to testimony from Inspector General Ted Alves before a Congressional committee, reports Bloomberg News. Almost all of last year’s $72 million in food-service losses were from providing meals on long-distance trains, Amtrak Inspector General Ted Alves said in prepared testimony for a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing last week. Contracting ...

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